Yitzhar Event To Support Albert FamilyYitzhar will host an event during Sukkot to support Boaz Albert's family after a court order forced his expulsion from Judea and Samaria.
Haifa Sukkah Project: Break the Paper Chain RecordYouth groups from Haifa plan to produce the world's longest paper chain, to qualify for the Guinness Book of World Records.
Reviving an Ancient Tradition in Judaism's Holiest PlaceTemple Institute's Rabbi Chaim Richman explains his group's latest initiative to revive the Temple Mount pilgrimage.
Video: Chief Rabbis' Blessings for Arutz Sheva ReadersIn an Arutz Sheva exclusive, the Chief Rabbi of Israel and the Chief Rabbi of Rehovot express their hopes and blessings for the coming year.
Video: Thousands Pray at Dawn at Western WallThousands of Jews prayed Sunday at sunrise on “Hoshana Raba”, the last day of the seven-day Sukkot holiday and the eve of Simchat Torah.
Video: Support from Across the Globe at Annual Jerusalem MarchArutz Sheva spoke with some of the many visitors from overseas who partcipated in the annual Succot Jerusalem March.
Video & Photos: Thousands Celebrate at the Mercaz HaRav YeshivaThe annual Sukkot "Simchat Beit Hashoeva" celebration was held at Mercaz HaRav Yeshiva in Jerusalem. A7 brings the sights and sounds.
Photos: Young Israel Spends Sukkot with the IDFThe International Young Israel Movement spent the third day of the holiday of Sukkot with the IDF, distributing Sukkah treat packages.
Photos: Blessings and Celebrations as Thousands Gather in HebronThousands of Jews from across the country came to celebrate the holiday of Sukkot in the holy city of Hebron.
Peres's Wish for the New Year: PeaceThe Israeli President invited those from all over the country into his sukkah, spoke of peace, prosperity and defeating the modern day Haman
Thousands Visit ‘Samaria’s Capital’ for SukkotThe Shomron Regional Council in cooperation with security and nature authorities opened the unique historical site of Sebastia.
Wild Sukkot Weather Leaves Thousands in the DarkThousands of people were left without power for hours during the first day of the Sukkot holiday, due to high winds
Sukkot Music Events Abound in IsraelThere seems to be no limit to the number of musical events taking place over the Sukkot holiday in Israel. The following is a brief list.
Israel Gets First Hint of Winter RainRain falls from Negev to Golan as summer season ends. Forecast: more rain, storms.
Corpse Exhibit to Close – but not Yet, Says Court'Bodies' exhibition will continue until after Sukkot holiday, and close 4 days ahead of schedule.
New Gadget Makes for a Better SukkotThe Kanfot Hadar company has come up with the perfect tool to make carrying the four species, the tallit and the siddur on Sukkot a simple task.
Sukkot Joy for Disabled ChildrenKfar Chabad hosts Sukkot party for disabled children, who dance and sing with famous Jewish artists.
Photo Essay: Sukkot Wrap-UpAs Sukkot ends, Israel National News takes a look at the scenes of the holiday, including the Gilad Shalit sukkah, a party in the park and more.
Sukkot Celebrated at Renovated Joseph’s TombMore than 1,000 people take part in Sukkot prayers at Joseph’s Tomb.
Jew Arrested on Temple Mount for Daring to Seem to be PrayingJew arrested after Arab inspector suspected he was praying on Temple Mount.
Hundreds of Jews Seek Fresh Air of Adurayim 1st Day Chol HaMoedDozens of Jewish families spent the first day of Chol HaMoed Sukkot in the fresh air of Adurayim, listening to rabbis and enjoying activities.
Sukkot: 'Clouds of Glory',Water-Drawing Fests and Family FunOn Sukkot, Jews enter temporary huts and bless Four Species, symbolizing Jewish unity and G-d's protection. They also have lots of family fun.
Israel Hurtles Headlong into SukkotJews are working overtime to build sukkot and buy their lulav - and a whole tribe of “sukkot helpers” are there to assist, including Bnei Akiva.
IDF Chief of Staff Gets 'Four Species' for SukkotIDF Chief of Staff Ashkenazi is presented with the Arba Minim, the “four species” used by Jews on Sukkot. Special holiday events in Jerusalem.
TSA: Lulavim and Etrogim Can Be Carried Through AirportsJews traveling with lulavim and etrogim during Sukkot will be able to carry them through US airports.
Yom Kippur Ends, Sukkah Building BeginsMany hundreds of thousands of Jews spent part or all of the day in synagogues today - and now it's time to start building a Sukkah.
Cape Town Jews Get Ready to Swing, Hop, and Eat Pizza in the HutChabad Rabbi Mendel Popack aims to inspire the Jews of Cape Town this holy day season with swinging chickens, Sukkah hop, and pizza in the hut.
Israeli Customs Officers Find Undeclared EtrogimIsraeli customs employees confiscate more than 300 Etrogim brought into the country without a permit and on which taxes weren't paid.
Egypt Bans Lulav Exports, Small Shortage FearedGiving Jews plenty of time to prepare for the Sukkot holiday, three months away, Egypt has announced that it will not export lulavs this year.
Sukkot Spirit in Historic JerusalemINN TV visits Jerusalem's Old City over Sukkot to see how Jews are celebrating the week-long holiday.
Video of Sukkot March: Praise the L-rd and Pass the Israeli Flag“Love” was the keyword in Jerusalem Tuesday, where thousands of Christians marched in the annual Sukkot parade under the threat of Arab riots.
Last-Minute Lulav and Etrog ShoppingINN TV visits a four species market in Bnei Brak shortly before Sukkot.
Christian Zionist 'Feast' to Draw Tens of Thousands to JerusalemAn annual Christian event during Sukkot promoted as an international celebration in support of Israel has anti-missionary activists concerned.
Sukkot Thoughts: I Don't Understand Our PeopleThoughts on the demands of the Sukkot Festival, the Four Species used on the holiday and the processions that take place during the holiday.
Etrog or Wife – On Which Should a Jew Spend More?It happened when a man brought an etrog of the highest quality to the Kabbalist sage Rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu to examine, and the buyer proudly stated that he had paid $1000 for the etrog!